Stream Data Centers develops and operates highly resilient, scalable and efficient data centers throughout North America, including fully commissioned Private Data Center™ facilities and Retail Colocation Suites with immediate connection to carriers and public cloud providers, as well as hyperscale Ready-to-Fit™ powered shells. Since 1999, Stream has been an active investor and industry leader, providing premium services, optimized value and scalable critical environments to the Fortune 500 and beyond. To date, Stream has acquired and developed more than three million square feet of data center space in Texas, Minnesota, California and Colorado, representing more than 200 megawatts of power. Learn more at www.streamdatacenters.com
Why Stream Data Centers joined iMasons Founding Partner Program
Whether it’s social media, banking or self-driving cars, data centers play a critical role in supporting the innovative technology used by billions of people worldwide. In today’s advanced world, it is more important than ever to join industry peers to address technical, environmental and political issues facing the data center community. Stream Data Centers is proud to be a founding partner of Infrastructure Masons. This partnership will give us the opportunity, both professionally and personally, to collaborate with some of the best data center minds in solving the current and future challenges in our rapidly evolving industry.
Partner Advisory Council Member
Michael drives and implements Stream’s overall business strategies and technical go-to-market offerings, with responsibility for site development, design and construction, supply chain and operations. Michael joined Stream in 2010 and was named COO in 2017.
He is well-versed in critical systems, as evidenced by his early work with avionics platforms for military aircraft, solutions architecture for global power and cooling product manufacturers, followed by a long series of world-class data center developments.
Michael holds an electrical engineering degree from Texas Christian University, where he successfully competed on the varsity soccer team. He also holds a master’s degree in systems engineering and an MBA in finance from Southern Methodist University.
Professional affiliations include membership on the Advisory Council with Infrastructure Masons, a networking organization and knowledge exchange focused on reliability among mission-critical information infrastructure executives.